Sadowski’s Apiaries Honey with thyme and col tsfoot best for cold days.
In the fight against weakness, viruses and lowered immunity, it is best to deal with it naturally. We often turn to the recipes of our grandmothers, who often drew on nature’s treasures – honey, thyme and coltsfoot – when dealing with upper respiratory infections. We have combined them into one herbal whole with therapeutic effects. Cheers!
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Properties of honey with thyme and coltsfoot from Orchard Apiaries:
- all the properties of multiflower honey
- Multiflower honey alone is recommended for allergic diseases of the upper respiratory tract
- thanks to the addition of thyme and coltsfoot has an expectorant effect
- Honey with thyme and coltsfoot is especially recommended for hoarseness and cough resulting from a cold
- will help naturally decongest the upper respiratory tract
- has an herbal, intense flavor that emphasizes the sweetness of multifloral honey
Sadowski’s Apiary Honey with thyme and col tsfoot will be great for strengthening upper respiratory tract infections – eaten from a spoon, it will moisten the throat and help with coughing. At our place it also appears as an herbal marinade for meats – it wonderfully complements the taste of roasts!
Ingredients: 97.5% multifloral honey, 2% freeze-dried thyme, 0.5% freeze-dried coltsfoot
Natural bee honey undergoes crystallization. Honey can crystallize from a few days to a year depending on the species. You can return it to liquid form by heating it to 40 degrees Celcius. On a daily basis, however, protect it from sunlight and do not store it at temperatures higher than 18 degrees Celsius.
If you buy a larger supply of honey, store it in a cool and dark place, such as a cellar or pantry.